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North Norfolk: A week in pictures

PUBLISHED: 15:32 15 December 2016 | UPDATED: 09:31 17 December 2016

Cromer Beach, ten minutes after sunset. Photo: Marcus Hickling

Cromer Beach, ten minutes after sunset. Photo: Marcus Hickling

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A selection of some of the best reader pictures submitted through iwitness.co.uk

A lovely Barn Owl caught in the late afternoon sunshine. Photo: Anne MarksA lovely Barn Owl caught in the late afternoon sunshine. Photo: Anne Marks

North Norfolk is arguably one of the most beautiful corners of the country.

From beaches and seaside towns to open fields and woodlands, we are inviting readers to send us photographs of their favourite places.

And each week we will publish a gallery of your stunning snaps.

Do you have a photograph you would like to share? Uploading your pictures has never been easier, just log on to our sister site - www.iwitness24.co.uk - and follow the step by step instructions.

Cromer Pier at night. Photo: James DorringtonCromer Pier at night. Photo: James Dorrington

The Reeds at Cley-Next-The-Sea look Golden as the sunrise catches them. Photo: Martin SizelandThe Reeds at Cley-Next-The-Sea look Golden as the sunrise catches them. Photo: Martin Sizeland

The setting sun last Sunday cast a warm glow over the reserve at Sculthorpe. Photo: Richard BruntonThe setting sun last Sunday cast a warm glow over the reserve at Sculthorpe. Photo: Richard Brunton

Sunrise colours throufh a very foggy Beeston bump. Photo: Brad DammsSunrise colours throufh a very foggy Beeston bump. Photo: Brad Damms

Stunning colours from a sunset at Ludham Bridge. Photo: John PaulStunning colours from a sunset at Ludham Bridge. Photo: John Paul

Cromer Beach, ten minutes after sunset. Photo: Marcus HicklingCromer Beach, ten minutes after sunset. Photo: Marcus Hickling


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